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Dec 27, 2012 4:30am PST
. >>> nelson mandela is out of the hospital this morning. he is back in hospital after being treated for gallstones. >>> he was called out to a home on market treat yesterday. he wanted to turn in old pn. the from world war ii. five and a half pounds of that was recovered and can could cause a lot of problems. >>> 23-year-old gina eunice made her first court appearance. eunice was drunk when she hit a group of people while walking a long twin peaks last thursday. a man was knocked down a hillside and killed. >> this case is a case that will be handled very aggressively. >> the entire unit's family is destroyed by what happened and i think it is fair to say their main concern is for the family. >> eunice's lawyer said her client has never been in trouble with the law and was studying criminal justice to become a police officer. >>> and taking the life of an 11-year-old, coming up, it may all be linked. >>> the california highway patrol days between 74-and 75th, more than 1100 people were arrested for dui. police have set up a series of sobriety check -- sobriety checkpoints during the
FOX
Dec 26, 2012 5:00pm PST
for south african president says normer president nelson mandela is out of the hospital. doctors said he was treated to a lung infection and gall stones and he's imprifg and in good spirits. >>> an attorney representing toyota owners announce ad tentative settlement with the auto maker today worth more than $1 billion. the settlement would avoid a trial involving accusations that toyota sold cars it knew had defective accelerators. . >>> in spite of that ongoing lawsuit, a series of raults and the biggest safety find in u.s. history, toyota motors predicts it will reclaim the title of world's biggest car maker in a year. toyota says when fourth quarter figures are in, it will have the lead at 9.9 million vehicles. >>> new numbers from the u.s. department of transportation suggests airlines are making a lot of money charging for baggage. the figures show airlines have made $2.6 billion this year on bag fees. that's up 77 million from the same period last year. members of the congress have proposed requiring airlines accept at least one checked bag for free. air carriers say they need the
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